Haven't we left internet scams in the past?

Or maybe technology has gotten SO good, that we've found new ways to try to get a dollar out of an innocent human through a computer screen.

Maybe you've seen this fake "Krissy Show" Facebook page, or maybe you haven't yet, but please use caution.

It looks like this:

Krissy Scam
Facebook Screenshot

The hackers behind this fake page are so good at what they do that even after it's reported and taken down, it seems to come back. Facebook thinks it's not fraudulent which is WILD to me. I guess this is the culture we live in now; dodging spam.

Here's what you can do:

Only interact with the Q97.9 Facebook page with the blue verification badge.

Scam Page Lizzy on WJBQ
Screenshot of Facebook Page

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